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Electric Railroad Network Aviation

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Cruise Speed 350MPH or UP


Cruise Speed 480MPH or Up

SKYTRACK-SKY - A system capable of speeds exceeding 450MPH

This system is made up of three major component. Aircraft, locomotive, and rail system.

Many years ago, I invented this mass transportation system to prevent climate change and increase carbon emissions on Earth.”


Many years ago, I conceived of an innovative mass transportation system with the dual goals of mitigating climate change and carbon emissions on Earth.”


The vision was driven by the aspiration to fulfill the evolving demands of travelers who prioritize a safe, fast, convenient, and comfortable mode of transportation. This system aspires to position itself as a beacon of technological innovation, ideally suited to spearhead America into a new era of progress.


The objective was to pioneer a technology that no other country has yet realized—a revolutionary technology and futuristic system that can herald a new era in state-of-the-art transportation.


This system would rely on clean, self-sustaining energy sources and prioritize safety and economic viability.


While many countries have successfully developed and operated high-speed electric train systems, such as France’s TGV, Japan’s Maglev, China’s Shanghai Maglev, and South Korea’s KTX.


Today, most American travelers rely on aviation.


In a country as continent as the United States, the need for cross-country travel within a single day for business or personal purposes is commonplace, necessitating a focus on faster travel solutions.


Civilization’s trajectory cannot be reversed, irrespective of the reasons.


It seems apparent that the United States is considering the adoption of high-speed railway technologies from other countries.



Admittedly, our options might be limited, and proactive measures are necessary to curb the impending repercussions of climate change. Nonetheless, we must address the elephant in the room—the aviation system, which is responsible for a significant 18% of carbon emissions in the US.


I believe that by the year 2050, the aviation industry should transition entirely to zero-carbon operations.

The question that looms is: how do we achieve this? Could batteries or hydrogen fuel cells be the answer?  

Are they capable of powering large aircraft over unlimited time and distances? When can we expect these advancements?


Throughout history, humans have harbored a fascination for flying. Would it be feasible to abruptly forsake flying in favor of train travel? This is a consideration that warrants deep reflection and strategic foresight.




Much like an aircraft, the envisioned transportation system boasts high-speed capabilities, an inexhaustible energy supply, carbon neutrality, and robust and self-sufficient energy systems.


 I invented “SKYTRACK.”




If there is great capacity battery technology support, the aviation industry plans to build a large electric propeller plane today. 


Propeller-driven airplanes are not obsolete; in fact, they bring numerous benefits. The industry possesses the necessary technical knowledge, data, and operational experience to operate these crafts, which can reach average speeds of 480 mph with fuel and passengers.


We propose adopting a similar airplane design, albeit operating on high-voltage power, enabling the aircraft to be propelled by two 2-megawatt motors.


Expected to fly at 480 mph or more, this electric plane can transport 100 passengers without traditional fuel.


The plane would be constantly powered by stored solar power, maintaining its functionality as long as it remains connected to the locomotive. For instance, during a journey from Washington, D.C. to L.A., the plane would establish a direct connection to the locomotive, which in turn is connected to the rail system, ensuring a continuous and reliable power supply.


Remarkably, Skytrack may obviate the need for a human pilot, with the locomotive offering guidance through a well-defined and simple flight route facilitated by an autopilot system.


Moreover, the system ensures safe and straightforward

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Take off


The plane will be propelled by the locomotive until it attains the requisite safety parameters and necessary speed for takeoff. Once all necessary conditions are met, the electric magnate and mechanical locking system disengage the plane from the locomotive, facilitating a gradual and controlled ascent. 

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 Upon landing, the aircraft will approach the locomotive at the prescribed speed, ensuring synchronization for a safe and gentle touchdown Furthermore, the connected guide wire and telescopic magnet pole aids in maintaining balance and ensures safety during landing.


This entire mechanism promises takeoff and landing procedures that are markedly safer and more comfortable compared to conventional airport procedures. (Aircraft and Locomotive travel same speed)


Upon a successful landing on the locomotive, the plane is anchored in place by potent electric magnets, with a mechanical hook providing additional security.


Cruising Altitude


The cruising altitude will range from 2,000 feet to 5,000 feet, variably adjusted based on the prevailing weather conditions, typically below the cloud cover.


Cruse Speed 480MPH


At a cruising speed of 480 MPH, the plane, equipped with four sets of 2-megawatt motors, can achieve freight speeds up to 450 mph.


Source: Wright Electric


Severe weather


The plane can safely descend and temporarily dock onto the locomotive, proceeding in tandem, which will reduce cruising speed.

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Emergency Landing


In the event of an emergency, such as locomotive malfunctioning, power supply issues, or connection disruptions, the aircraft is designed to disengage automatically from the locomotive and proceed toward the designated emergency landing area, powered by an onboard emergency battery that can sustain up to 15 minutes of flight or a maximum distance of 100 miles.


 For added safety, the locomotive will be equipped with an emergency backup battery system, allowing it to go to either the shoulder or emergency landing areas.


(Provisions can be made for shoulder rails and emergency landing areas every 100 miles along the route).

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The design incorporates lightweight materials with no fuel or passengers to carry, thus minimizing air resistance. The bullet-shaped framework, encompassing 12 powerful motors and an extra jet fan, supports additional speed.

Constructed from carbon fiber, the bullet-shaped body features tripartite track units encompassing 12 wheels crafted from carbon fiber.

"Locomotive Engineer Design - Maximum Speeds of 600 mph.



Each wheel is powered by a 1-megawatt motor, amassing a total output of 12 megawatts, equivalent to 16,092 horsepower.

Additionally, an extra pair of 2-megawatt jet fans will augment the system by an extra 5,364 horsepower, resulting in a remarkable 21,456 horsepower.

This immense power allows the locomotive to achieve speeds of 450 mph or faster!

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In 1997 ThrustSSC achieved 763moh. (with jet engine)

Global Leading Technology

If we can successfully develop a landing system, auto wire tension and rewinding mechanism, autopilot program, connect and disconnect mechanism, the rail  and solar panel system, Station design and operation system, If we can successfully develop a landing system, auto wire tension and rewinding mechanism, autopilot program, the rail  and solar panel system, Station design and operation system, this will be global leading technology and US can expert this system globally.


* "Under the picture, only conceptual, existing technology is shown."

Automatic control reel unit
he automatic control reel contains a set of cables that can reach 5000 feet in length and are coiled to balance the cable tensio

"Power supply cable Technologies are out there; we fuse them into SKYTRACK. From the left, Air-to-Air refueling or landing and Re-take off,Parasailing, Power line in the sky."


                                                     A safe guide LED light is used to illuminate the power supply wires and support cables.  High voltage cable with break-prevention cable and LED flashing light for safety.

                                                Bypass cave or mountain  (disconnect & reconnect)It could use similar technology from the fighter jet fueling in the sky to engage the wire connection back to the locomotive.



"Skytrack's rail system will provide solar energy itself! This will be another great option to build solar rail systems."





The pier rail system would be installed 3 feet above the leveled ground.

Solar panels will be installed between the rails, spanning hundreds to thousands of miles, thereby facilitating self-sustaining energy generation.


 Power lines will be arranged beneath both sides of the rail panels, facilitating contact with the auxiliary wheels situated at the lower part of the locomotive.

This assistive wheel system at the bottom serves to prevent derailments, aided by the incorporation of spring tension grips.


Bottom assist wheel prevents derailing due to the spring grip ten


How much does it cost to travel on SKYTRACK ?

Leveraging electric power and potentially incorporating AI-driven autopilot technology, Skytrack aims to offer a more cost-effective traveling solution compared to conventional airplane journeys


Future Potential

In the backdrop of rapidly advancing technology, Skytrack stands poised to adopt advanced energy transfer methodologies in its operation. Its growth potential knows no bounds

Source: Laser Energy Transfer: US navy Research & Development

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Speed: 350MPH,   Passenger Capacity: 100.

Same skytrack rail system.   Double rear wing jet fan / 2 megawatt each.     Autopilot.

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We’re Changing the Way the World Thinks About Travel.

Skytrack, powered by electricity, positions itself as an eco-friendly and time-efficient travel alternative, with its proprietary technology enjoying patent protection.

Easier than an airport, faster than a train.

The Skytrack service promises a hassle-free and efficient travel experience. Skip the lengthy airport security lines and overcrowded terminals. Reach your destination faster than on conventional train rides.

                                                                                                                                                Environmentally conscious travel with a taste of luxury
with taste of luxury.

                                                                                                                        Fly below the clouds and experience affordable luxury travel.     Skytrack travels below the clouds at 2,000-5,000 feet above ground.

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